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£245raised of £200 target by 12 supporters

    Weʼve raised £245 to support empowerment programmes for deaf and disabled young people

    Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
    Funded on Monday, 11th September 2017

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    Me and my boyfriend Louis are joining a team of awesome people to take on the Autumn Wolf Run to support an amazing charity, iDID Adventure. The Wolf Run is a 10k obstacle course across muddy terrain and takes place in Warwickshire on Sunday 3rd Sept, 2017.

    This is a pretty big challenge for me as I have Joint Hypermobility Syndrome/ Ehlers Danlos Syndrome - Hypermobility Type which causes joint instability, constant pain and fatigue. I love exercise but it's not easy!! I'm really passionate about the work iDID does so I'm determined to get to the finish line to support the charity.

    Any donation large or small will go along way to enable more people to access their work.

    iDID Adventure is an award-winning charity using adventure sports as a platform to improve resilience, well-being & confidence amongst marginalised individuals. Through an exciting range of specialist programmes, iDID harness the power of sports such as rock climbing and wakeboarding to engage young people and promote positive life choices.
    Young people affected by mental health issues experience low self-esteem, confidence and emotional well-being and are less likely to make positive life choices, and form meaningful relationships. Further, these young people also experience poorer outcomes in health and education.

    - Half of those with lifetime mental health issues experience their first symptoms by the age of 14

    - Deaf and disabled people are disproportionately affected by mental health issues

    - 1 in 12 young people deliberately self harm

    - Half of those with lifetime mental health issues experience their first symptoms by the age of 14, and three quarters before their mid-20's

    - 1 in 10 children aged 5-16 years has a mental health problem

    Organisations like IDID, are so important to supporting those who need and extra step up in life. We want to fundraise so they can continue their vital work!

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      • Jill Dawson

        Jill Dawson

        Sep 6, 2017


      • Samantha Sweeney

        Samantha Sweeney

        Sep 2, 2017

        Good luck and well done both of you! x


      • Kirsty Caley

        Kirsty Caley

        Aug 22, 2017

        Good luck guys xx


      • Dave


        Aug 22, 2017

        I want photos of louis crawling across the line


      • Robert Juan Greggor

        Robert Juan Greggor

        Aug 18, 2017

        Mother says remember to wash behind your ears afterwards… You never used to as a child


      • Laura Clarke

        Laura Clarke

        Jul 31, 2017

        Good Luck to you both! Amazing event and you'll both smash it. Laura and Deano xx


      • Chris Kinsella

        Chris Kinsella

        Jul 31, 2017

        Good luck guys. 👍


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      Ealish Greggor

      Ealish Greggor

      Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom

      I'm a Speech and Language Therapist working with Adults with Learning Disabilities. I'm passionate about promoting independence and supporting everyone to reach their potential! I have Joint Hypermobility Syndrome which causes pain and fatigue but hey, let's get on it!!!

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